Access to the Countryside (Appeals against Works Notices) (England) Regulations 2011 (S.I. No. 2019 of 2011). | Land Portal | Securing Land Rights Through Open Data

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These Regulations relate to agreements between access authorities and owners and occupiers of land with respect to access land as provided for by the Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000 and the Marine Coastal Access Act 2009. Access may be required by authorities to carry out works. The Regulations provide for the period within which, and the manner in which, appeals under section 38(1) of the 2000 Act and paragraph 4 of Schedule 20 to the 2009 Act are to be brought, and also make provision for the advertising of those appeals and for the appeal procedures.

Implements: Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000 (2000 Chapter 37). (2000-11-30)
Amended by: Countryside (Appeals against Works Notices) (England) (Amendment) Regulations 2012 (S.I. No. 67 of 2012). (2012-01-12)

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